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CHL Gets a Cool Couple of Million

CHL Gets a Cool Couple of Million

Rachel Novotny’s (HNFAS) Children’s Healthy Living (CHL) Program has been awarded a Center of Excellence designation and $2.126 million in supplemental funding from USDA NIFA for successfully decreasing the prevalence of obesity in the Pacific. In 2011, CHL was awarded a grant of $25 million over five years from NIFA.
Thursday, July 12, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (56)/Comments (0)/
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Learning to Grow

Learning to Grow

CTAHR students and other volunteers engaged 169 elementary first- and fourth-graders in garden activities over the spring semester, teaching them about nutrition for people and plants.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (609)/Comments (0)/
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Regrowing Native Forest

Regrowing Native Forest

Koa is a key species in native forest recovery, but other trees are needed for long-term reforestation after a fire, Clay Trauernicht concludes in a Forest Ecology and Management article about his 14-year study in the Wai‘anae mountains.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (330)/Comments (0)/
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New Faces: Casey Bohan

New Faces: Casey Bohan

Welcome to Casey Bohan, who has just started at Waiakea Research Station as an agricultural research technician. 

Wednesday, February 28, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (355)/Comments (0)/
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Welcome Nolan Johnson

Welcome Nolan Johnson

Nolan Johnson, a new agricultural research technician at Mealani Research Station and master’s candidate in Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences with an emphasis on irrigation management, has a background in golf course mangement and civil engineering.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (382)/Comments (0)/
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